Monument Corridor Community-Based Transportation Plan Program

Monument Corridor Community-Based Transportation Plan Program The Monument Corridor Community-Based Transportation Plan (CBTP) focuses on transportation improvements to address the mobility needs of economically disadvantaged communities in the City of Concord.  This is the first update to the Monument Corridor CBTP, which was originally adopted in 2006. The current CBTP update process began in fall

Countywide Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan

Countywide Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan The Contra Costa Transportation Authority has long encouraged walking and bicycling as a way to support our communities and our environment and as alternatives to driving alone. Supporting more walking and bicycling can improve the quality and vibrancy of our neighborhoods and business districts, extend the range and usefulness of

State Route 4 Operational Improvements (I-680 to Bailey Road)

State Route 4 Operational Improvements (I-680 to Bailey Road) The State Route 4 (SR4) Freeway Performance Initiative (FPI)/Corridor Study Management Plan (CSMP) and the SR4 Integrated Corridor Analysis (ICA) identifi ed several elements to improve operations on SR4. The SR4 Operation Improvements Project includes a continuation of a High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lane on eastbound

Innovate 680

Serving communities in central and southern Contra Costa County, Interstate 680 (I-680) is a backbone corridor for the Bay Area. It extends south to Silicon Valley and north to Fairfield, while providing access to scenic recreational areas, popular retail hubs, and thriving business centers. I-680 is critical to the region’s prosperity as it provides for the movement of goods and services throughout the Bay Area and beyond. Thousands of homes and businesses rely heavily on this corridor for day-to-day travel.

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